There’s been a lot of controversy around Spring Hill Mountain in Kanawha County, W.Va., in the last week surrounding a young man — a 17-year-old to be exact — and a piebald deer.Continue reading “PERSPECTIVE: Ethical argument surrounding West Virginia teen killing piebald deer needs an injection of morality”
A change is happening in the Mountain State, and it isn’t good.
West Virginia is known for a lot of poor qualities when put up against the other 49 states, but something that a lot of people aren’t talking about is the consistent decline of whitetail deer harvests. In 2008, hunters totaled 163,603 kills across the four month season. A year later, they only tallied 155,214, and in 2010 that number plummeted to 106,499, a 31.4 percent decrease. Since then, they’ve only surpassed the 140,000-mark once.Continue reading “West Virginia whitetail harvest over last decade sees drastic decline”